TMG expands with SafeBridge affiliation

by Steve Randall on 11 Jan 2019

The Mortgage Group has entered into a strategic affiliation with wealth solutions firm SafeBridge Financial Group to enhance the offer of both organisations.

SafeBridge’s mortgage business has been growing since its inception in 2006 and the firm offers investment and insurance advice too through its Mortgage Centered Financial Planning model.

Joining with TMG means additional capabilities for SafeBridge’s mortgage agents.

"As the market continues to evolve, we looked for an opportunity to align with an organization committed to the future of the mortgage industry. It was absolutely necessary that this organization was also capable of providing each of our mortgage agents with exceptional tools, support and resources," said Chris Karram, co-founder of SafeBridge. "We are also excited to provide additional products through SafeBridge Wealth Solutions across the TMG landscape."

Mark Kerzner, President of TMG The Mortgage Group says the cultures of the two brokerages provides a tremendous fit and highlights the benefits to both businesses of working together.

"We are excited to bring our industry-leading lender relationships, marketing support and industry tools to the SafeBridge team. Also, we are looking forward to providing TMG brokers and agents access to and support from SafeBridge Wealth Solutions so they can present value-added products and services to their clients," he said.

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